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Pros: High portability, Great specs for a tablet.
Read the reviews about the initial OS install, you can break out of the BING bar install.
Plan to upgrade and you can turn this into the best tablet around.
Cons: Power cord length. I get the feeling they went with the lowest bid.
Not really a con, but I can't seem to find the docking station anywhere. For an 80$ accessory it's seems oddly elusive.
Other Thoughts: Two things, the specs on the SSD that ships with this unit are dismal. They only went SSD for the power gain apparently. That said a daily deal equipped it with a 64 gig with 5X the performance (mSATA). As the GPU/CPU are coupled it can use a boost and the available PCIe slot can take a HD assist card. It's due tommorow. I'll update after I've checked it out.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Crazy lightweight, monster video card, decent and upgradable processor, 4gigs o' mem. 16" widescreen. Decent sized 320gig drive.
Cons: A little glossy. Control key and Fn key are transposed...
Other Thoughts: Best notebook for the price on the market right now. Combo of CPU/GPU puts it solidly in play with all modern software. mSI makes solid MB's and this seems is a good foray into the notebook market.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Really nice feel. The back lighting is just what I was looking for. Solid and durable feel. Key placement is really pleasant.
Cons: USB pulls more juice than similar device, doesn't support moderate powered peripherals attached directly to it.
Other Thoughts: As a gaming keboard it rocks. I noticed that if Vista shuts down improperly the boot selection screen doesn't recognize the keyboard (USB issue?) It could be a problem if you were overclocking and repeatedly locking up the OS. This may also be isolated to my MB. Also make sure you disable numlock in your bios, the delete key shares the 1 key.READ FULL REVIEW